Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Sketchy Guy Who Made Anti-Islam YouTube Looks About How You'd Expect

The serial grifter behind the notorious anti-Islam YouTube video The Innocence of Muslims goes to court today in Los Angeles. Mark Basseley Youssef, which is kind of a Muslim-sounding name, is accused of violating his parole for something or other. (Inciting global riots that led to many deaths, including the death of a brave U.S. ambassador in Libya? No, not for that.) Anyway, you will be surprised not at all to learn that this sketchy character looks exactly like you'd expect! (A serious role for Danny DeVito, perhaps, to constructively use the anger from his marriage troubles?) The same courtroom artist also did some amazing portraits of Courtney Love and Paris Hilton.

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KenWheaton (#401)
KenWheaton (#401)

Also, forget Devito. Go with Ron Jeremy.

deepomega (#1,720)

@KenWheaton Yeah, the best part is how the State Dept is pretty explicitly like "whoah whoah what a stupid idea, we would NEVER have said that and cannot explain where all these quotes of us saying it was a response to the video came from."

Nochum@twitter (#238,558)

This is tagged with "Israel" and "Jew" because why?

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